West Haven man pleads not guilty in shaking death of baby

I was asked to cover a West Haven/Ansonia court case this morning. A West Haven man is accused of violently shaking an infant to death in Ansonia, and he was due to appear in Superior Court in Milford. The case was called for 10 a.m., but because of a lack of judges the case wasn't heard until 12:45. Relatives and the media stood in the hallways waiting for court to commence. Once court opened up here is the news, and a full story is coming to www.nhregister.com It's truly a heartbreaking story. I'm told there may not be any resolution for at least a year. April 11 is the next court date and we'll be there to cover it.

By Brian McCready
Milford Bureau Chief
MILFORD--The 35-year-old West Haven man accused of violently shaking to death infant Kyle Robinson last year pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and assault charges facing him.

Angel Luis Santiago, 35, of Center Street, appeared before Superior Court Judge Richard Arnold shortly before 1 p.m. where Public Defender David Egan entered the “not guilty” plea.Santiago was arrested in December on a warrant.

Santiago has been charged with first-degree manslaughter, first-degree assault and risk of injury in the death of the infant.


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